NASCAR heads to Dover International Speedway this weekend for the AAA 400 Drive for Autism. The high-banked concrete track, known as the Monster Mile poses a unique set of challenges for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
One of NASCAR’s biggest problems in 2018 is also one of its most frustrating. It’s a woman wreaking havoc on their races, viewership, and reputation; she strikes without mercy and is all-powerful. There’s little, if anything, the sport can do about her other than pray.
Until Friday night, UMBC might have been confused for your local bank. Instead, it’s an honors university in Maryland that turned honorable as perhaps the greatest Cinderella story of all time. Even NASCAR fans enthusiastic over qualifying couldn’t help but get caught up in March Madness fever that became the first ever 16-seed upsetting a No.
What’s that NASCAR was saying about young guns? Kevin Harvick has shown thus far in 2018 old dogs aren’t ready to learn new tricks just yet. Two dominating Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series performances the past two weeks have the 42-year-old front and center as this year’s championship favorite.
Last season’s finish stung Kyle Larson. That was plain to see after he finished five consecutive races in the second half of the playoffs with either a blown engine or a crash that sabotaged his championship aspirations. But Larson seemed to be over the disappointment even before the final race of the season took the green flag at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
The 2018 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series season is about to crank up with the 60th running of the Daytona 500. That also means it is about time to start registering for your favorite fantasy NASCAR league on NASCAR.com, Yahoo or even on DFS. We have come up with 75 funny, crazy, weird and/or outright silly names to help you get started on your quest to fantasy NASCAR greatness. Here’s our list for 2018, in no particular order of awesomeness.
DraftKings’ daily fantasy NASCAR heads to Dover International Speedway this weekend for the Apache Warrior 400. This race marks the third and final event of the first round in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. The green flag flies Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. ET on NBCSN.